Kenyans have reacted online after William Ruto posted on his social media page stating what he will do to farmers if he wins the August general elections.
Photo Courtesy Of William Ruto In A Previous Political Rally
The deputy president posted ,"irrigation will be at the centre of our plans to rebuild farming in semiarid areas such as Kacheliba, Kapenguria and Sigor of West Pokot County.We will also supply farmers with quality and affordable inputs to enhance food production that will sustain more livelihoods."This post caused several reactions online as one stated that the cost of fertilizer should go down ,farmers will all be smiles as someone else stated that William Ruto is the best president Kenya will ever have.
One reacted by stating that hustlers never disappoint adding that William Ruto is a very industrious and visionary leader.However,some reacted by stating that what happened to Kimwarer and Arror dams which were to help in boosting agriculture in Elgeyo Marakwet.
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